May 23, 2019
LIVONIA, MI (May 23, 2019) – Carrie Romandine, RevSpring’s vice president of platform management, was named one of Health Data Management’s (HDM) 50 Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT.
This is the fourth year that HDM has recognized women in Healthcare IT leadership roles across the country. The awards were given to women in the following professional categories:
Carrie was recognized in the HIT vendor executive category for overseeing RevSpring’s product development with patient experience as the primary driver. The products that were created under Carrie’s leadership were designed to help individuals meet their healthcare financial obligations and to ensure a personalized approach to every patient is taken into consideration including a patient’s personal financial status, their personal preferences for method of payment, and alternative payment options that can ease the difficulties in resolving their balances.
“I am honored to be included in this strong group of women,” Carrie said. “My professional goal has always been to develop products with an empathetic approach to financial collections, and to make the post-care financial process as easy as possible for patients. It’s great to see these products come to life and have a positive impact on the patient financial experience.”
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RevSpring is a leading provider of consumer communications, billing, and payments solutions that maximize revenue opportunities for healthcare providers, revenue cycle management organizations, account receivables management companies. Since 1981, RevSpring has built the industry’s most comprehensive and impactful suite of consumer engagement, communications, and payment solutions that is backed by consumer behavior analysis, propensity-to-pay scoring, intelligent design, and user experience best practices. To learn more, visit www.revspringinc.com. For information about RevSpring’s focus in healthcare, visit https://revspringinc.com/healthcare/.